To our Donor Community:
It is completely incomprehensible to think about and see what we've been seeing the past few days with the fires raging in our beloved mountain communities. Communities that we've all got memories from, and loved ones who live and work there.
We banded together for COVID (and still are on a weekly basis serving families with food, infant needs, and necessities).
Now I come to you and ask if we can band together once more. If 2020 is teaching us anything its that we can be somewhat self-reliant (online school, right?! from Kindergarten-college) BUT that we are an amazing community as a whole that can come together when emergencies and disaster strike.
I worked in the disaster relief field before starting full-time with HCCD. Family needs will vary and run the gamet during loss.
We, at HCCD personally have friends who have lost their homes and we want to help our neighbors up the hill.
Financial donations so they can immediately get whatever it is they need most is the best- for some it could be shoes, or they forgot their glasses and have to get a new pair, or something for their children - the immediate needs will be staggering.
If you want to help, you can donate on our site & at our weekly food truck events and we will make sure it gets to families from referrals of the families who live there.
Thank you as always for trusting us with your hard earned money.
April Henry - Executive Director
Antonio Robinson- Chief Fire Officer (Retired) - Board Chairman
Resources for those Affected by the Fire:
Red Cross: 559-455-1000
Disaster Fatigue & Help Page: Click Here
Behavorial Health: 559-600-WARM
Up to date evacuation maps: nifc.maps.arcgis.com
Great topical/firefighting maps: captopo.com
Clovis Hills Church - 559-355-1281 (Michelle)